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“Large Garden & vast collections of ceramic, bronze & jade exhibits”
Review of Baomo Scenery

Baomo Scenery
Ranked #27 of 705 things to do in Guangzhou
Certificate of Excellence
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Fee: Yes
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: This area has magnificent gardens and beautiful sculptures.
Reviewed January 3, 2014

Thousands of carps swimming around the waterway. Can buy fish food from stall inside garden.

This place is large to walk about by city standard. For self-tour: take metro to Shiqiao & walk to a bus stop near shopping centre, then take No.67 to the last stop where the Garden entrance is.

4  Thank Rogerwong
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Reviewed December 13, 2013

A beautiful garden to relax and to enjoy art. Buy food to feed the koi.
Direction: Take subway line 3 to Shiqiao station, then take bus 76 to the last stop (Baomo) or take a taxi there (taxis are very inexpensive).

4  Thank DON_SCOTT2000
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Reviewed October 29, 2013

This is a vast place, so allow for plenty of time if you're into Chinese painting Ned calligraphy. You'll learn about the 'precious' implements for writing. You'll be amazed by the fine art. The museum was almost entirely work of private investors, who apparently involved the local villagers who are now rich because what was once their farmland has been turned into a tourist attraction.

Thank Bornean
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Reviewed August 4, 2013

I live in GZ.

I was at the Baomo Scenery (Gardens) last year. It's quite a ways out of GZ proper but accessible by subway and buses. Took us about 1 hour to get there by public transport. You can take a taxi at about 100RMB.

This place is hard to describe because it's just do darn beautiful and there's plenty to poke around to see and do and to sit and watch and to feel and be impressed by. Little boat rides, bridges, gold fish ponds, temples, architectural features, flowers, artisans, cafes, restaurants etc. and it's huge...massive...place to walk around.

Get there early to avoid the heat and the mobs - it's SUPER popular on the weekends.

5  Thank ExpatDaze
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Reviewed June 24, 2013

As long as you aren't going to check out genuine museum quality artifacts, this is a great afternoon trip for most. Beautiful gardens and wonderful architecture all featuring Chinese 'Antiques' (Modern Replicas) on display in a museum type atmosphere. The rose garden and fish feeding are the highlights of the trip, be sure to bring a camera and your best pose for some good photo ops.

2  Thank Matthew B
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